These are resources I use regularly:
Asana: I use Asana to keep track of all of my to-do lists, especially the ones that I use over and over, like preparing a blog post. Because my team is small and I only have a Virtual Assistant for a few hours a month, the free version of Asana is perfect for me. Bonus: it’s free. 🙂
ConvertKit: I use ConvertKit for my email management, and I LOVE it. Tech is not super easy for me in general, but ConvertKit makes email management EASY. I can tag clients to separate my email lists while continuing to keep a master list. I don’t pay twice for the same subscriber, just because they are tagged in multiple categories. Bonus: Their support team is phenomenal, and you can sign up to get a free trial!
MeetEdgar: Scheduling social media posts is one way I tackle being most efficient with my time. While I still go into my social media accounts and engage with my community, scheduling posts keeps me involved on a daily basis and forces me to be intentional about planning valuable content. Bonus: MeetEdgar makes building a library of content easy, and it will recycle posts for you from your library should you miss your planned updating session. (If you use the link above, you receive $10 off your first invoice.)
Bluehost: If you are looking for a way to host your website, bluehost.com is a cost effective method to use, especially if you are building your site in WordPress (like this one).
Creative Market: Creative Market is one of my favorite places to find all kinds of creativity, including fonts, logos, and website themes. The theme for this website was purchased from Creative Market!
I also have worked with some course designers to learn more about business as I moved into the online space. If you are interested in the following topics, I recommend these courses:
Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing School
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